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20 YEARS INTO OUR COMMON FUTURE
The Challenge of Common-Pool Resources, by Elinor Ostrom; July/August, p. 8
Our Common Inaction: Meeting the Call for Institutional Change, by David Runnalls; November/December, p. 18
Population, Human Resources, Health, and the Environment: Getting the Balance Right, by Anthony J. McMichael; January/February, p. 46
An Uncommon Peace: Environment, Development, and the Global Security Agenda, by Geoffrey D. Dabelko; May/June, p. 32
Water and Sustainability: A Reappraisal, by Malin Falkenmark; March/April, p. 4

ADAPTATION
Coping with Climate Change: A National Summit,† by Rosina M. Bierbaum; July/August, p. 59
Feeling Stressed: Integrating Climate Adaptation with Other Priorities in South Africa, by Gina Ziervogel and Anna Taylor; March/April, p. 32
The Social Feedback Loop,* by Steven A. Kolmes; March/April, p. 57

ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT
The Challenge of Common-Pool Resources, by Elinor Ostrom; July/August, p. 8

AFRICA (SEE SOMALIA, SOUTH AFRICA)

AGRICULTURE
Catchment Care for Sustainability, by Timothy O’Riordan; July/August, editorial
Climate Change and U.S. Agriculture: Examining the Connections, by Juha Siikamäki; July/August, p. 36
Food Security: Achieving the Potential, by Per Pinstrup-Andersen and Anna Herforth; September/October, p. 48

BANGLADESH
Groundwater: A Tale of Two Settings,# by George E. Clark; November/December, p. 6
Reversing the Race to the Bottom: Urban Groundwater Use in Developing Countries, by Mahesh Ramachandran; July/August, p. 50

BEHAVIOR
Sustainability Theater,# by George E. Clark; September/October, p. 6
Toward a New Consciousness: Values to Sustain Human and Natural Communities,† by Anthony A. Leiserowitz and Lisa O. Fernandez; September/October, p. 62
Why Environmental Education? by Bhawani Venkataraman; September/October, p. 8

BELIEF SYSTEMS
Toward a New Consciousness: Values to Sustain Human and Natural Communities,† by Anthony A. Leiserowitz and Lisa O. Fernandez; September/October, p. 62

BIODIVERSITY
Depending on Nature: Ecosystem Services for Human Livelihoods, by Susan A. Mainka, Jeffrey A. McNeely, and William J. Jackson; March/April, p. 42
Getting Our Priorities Straight, by Ruth S. DeFries; March/April, editorial

BIOFUELS
Climate Change and U.S. Agriculture: Examining the Connections, by Juha Siikamäki; July/August, p. 36

BRUNDTLAND COMMISSION (SEE 20 YEARS INTO OUR COMMON FUTURE)

BUSINESS (SEE CORPORATIONS)

BUSINESS COUNCIL FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Our Common Inaction: Meeting the Call for Institutional Change, by David Runnalls; November/December, p. 18

CALIFORNIA

A New Market Paradigm for Zero-Energy Homes: A Comparative Case Study, by Barbara Farhar and Timothy Coburn; January/February, p. 18

CAMPUS GREENING
Campus Greening: Behind the Headlines, by Ann Rappaport; January/February, p. 6
Greening Campuses and Residences, by Timothy O’Riordan; January/February, editorial

CANADA
Meaningful Resource Consultations with First Peoples: Notes from British Columbia, by Robin Gregory, Lee Failing, and Michael Harstone; January/February, p. 34

CAP-AND-TRADE PROGRAMS (SEE MARKET-BASED INSTRUMENTS)

CARBON SEQUESTRATION

Climate Change and U.S. Agriculture: Examining the Connections, by Juha Siikamäki; July/August, p. 36

CITIES (SEE URBAN ISSUES)

CLEAN DEVELOPMENT MECHANISM

The CDM: A Mechanism for Eliminating Poverty? by Alan H. McGowan; May/June, editorial
Prosperous Negligence: Governing the Clean Development Mechanism for Markets and Development, by Alexander Bozmoski, Maria Carmen Lemos, and Emily Boyd; May/June, p. 18

CLIMATE CHANGE
Campus Greening: Behind the Headlines, by Ann Rappaport; January/February, p. 6
Catchment Care for Sustainability, by Timothy O’Riordan; July/August, editorial
The CDM: A Mechanism for Eliminating Poverty? by Alan H. McGowan; May/June, editorial
Climate Change and U.S. Agriculture: Examining the Connections, by Juha Siikamäki; July/August, p. 36
Climate Policy Architectures for the Post-Kyoto World, by Joseph E. Aldy and Robert N. Stavins; May/June, p. 6
Climate Policy’s Quiet Giants,# by George E. Clark; July/August, p. 6
Climate Refugees: Cause for a New Agreement?* by Frank Biermann and Ingrid Boas, November/December, p. 51
Climate Refugees: Cause for a New Agreement?* by Mike Hulme, November/ December, p. 50
Coping with Climate Change: A National Summit,† by Rosina M. Bierbaum; July/August, p. 59
Feeling Stressed: Integrating Climate Adaptation with Other Priorities in South Africa, by Gina Ziervogel and Anna Taylor; March/April, p. 32
Getting Our Priorities Straight, by Ruth S. DeFries; March/April, editorial
Greening Campuses and Residences, by Timothy O’Riordan; January/February, editorial
A New Market Paradigm for Zero-Energy Homes: A Comparative Case Study, by Barbara Farhar and Timothy Coburn; January/February, p. 18
Preparing for the Future, by Anthony A. Leiserowitz; November/December, editorial
Prosperous Negligence: Governing the Clean Development Mechanism for Markets and Development, by Alexander Bozmoski, Maria Carmen Lemos, and Emily Boyd; May/June, p. 18
Protecting Climate Refugees: The Case for a Global Protocol, by Frank Biermann and Ingrid Boas; November/December, p. 8
The Short List: The Most Effective Actions U.S. Households Can Take to Curb Climate Change, by Gerald T. Gardner and Paul C. Stern; September/October, p. 12
The Social Feedback Loop,* by Steven A. Kolmes; March/April, p. 57
An Uncommon Peace: Environment, Development, and the Global Security Agenda, by Geoffrey D. Dabelko; May/June, p. 32
Water and Sustainability: A Reappraisal, by Malin Falkenmark; March/April, p. 4
A Widening Gap: Republican and Democratic Views on Climate Change, by Riley E. Dunlap and Aaron M. McCright; September/ October, p. 26

CLIMATE REFUGEES
Climate Refugees: Cause for a New Agreement?* by Frank Biermann and Ingrid Boas, November/December, p. 51
Climate Refugees: Cause for a New Agreement?* by Mike Hulme, November/ December, p. 50
Preparing for the Future, by Anthony A. Leiserowitz; November/December, editorial
Protecting Climate Refugees: The Case for a Global Protocol, by Frank Biermann and Ingrid Boas; November/December, p. 8

COASTAL DEVELOPMENT
Three Years after Katrina: Lessons for Community Resilience, by Craig E. Colten, Robert W. Kates, and Shirley B. Laska; September/October, p. 36

COMMON-POOL RESOURCES
The Challenge of Common-Pool Resources, by Elinor Ostrom; July/August, p. 8
Depending on Nature: Ecosystem Services for Human Livelihoods, by Susan A. Mainka, Jeffrey A. McNeely, and William J. Jackson; March/April, p. 42

CONSERVATION
Campus Greening: Behind the Headlines, by Ann Rappaport; January/February, p. 6
The Challenge of Common-Pool Resources, by Elinor Ostrom; July/August, p. 8
Depending on Nature: Ecosystem Services for Human Livelihoods, by Susan A. Mainka, Jeffrey A. McNeely, and William J. Jackson; March/April, p. 42
Greening Campuses and Residences, by Timothy O’Riordan; January/February, editorial
A New Market Paradigm for Zero-Energy Homes: A Comparative Case Study, by Barbara Farhar and Timothy Coburn; January/February, p. 18
Reversing the Race to the Bottom: Urban Groundwater Use in Developing Countries, by Mahesh Ramachandran; July/August, p. 50
Small Size, Big Potential: Check Dams for Sustainable Development, by Govindasamy Agoramoorthy and Minna J. Hsu; July/August, p. 22
Water and Sustainability: A Reappraisal, by Malin Falkenmark; March/April, p. 4

CONSULTING FIRST PEOPLES
Meaningful Resource Consultations with First Peoples: Notes from British Columbia, by Robin Gregory, Lee Failing, and Michael Harstone; January/February, p. 34

CORPORATIONS
Our Common Inaction: Meeting the Call for Institutional Change, by David Runnalls; November/December, p. 18

DAMS
Small Size, Big Potential: Check Dams for Sustainable Development, by Govindasamy Agoramoorthy and Minna J. Hsu; July/August, p. 22

DECISIONMAKING
Feeling Stressed: Integrating Climate Adaptation with Other Priorities in South Africa, by Gina Ziervogel and Anna Taylor; March/April, p. 32
Getting Our Priorities Straight, by Ruth S. DeFries; March/April, editorial
Meaningful Resource Consultations with First Peoples: Notes from British Columbia, by Robin Gregory, Lee Failing, and Michael Harstone; January/February, p. 34
Our Common Inaction: Meeting the Call for Institutional Change, by David Runnalls; November/December, p. 18
Saving the San Pedro River: Science, Collaboration, and Water Sustainability in Arizona, by George Saliba and Katharine L. Jacobs; November/December, p. 30
Three Years after Katrina: Lessons for Community Resilience, by Craig E. Colten, Robert W. Kates, and Shirley B. Laska; September/October, p. 36

DEFORESTATION
The Challenge of Common-Pool Resources, by Elinor Ostrom; July/August, p. 8

DEMOCRATS
A Widening Gap: Republican and Democratic Views on Climate Change, by Riley E. Dunlap and Aaron M. McCright; September/ October, p. 26

DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
The CDM: A Mechanism for Eliminating Poverty? by Alan H. McGowan; May/June, editorial
Depending on Nature: Ecosystem Services for Human Livelihoods, by Susan A. Mainka, Jeffrey A. McNeely, and William J. Jackson; March/April, p. 42
Feeling Stressed: Integrating Climate Adaptation with Other Priorities in South Africa, by Gina Ziervogel and Anna Taylor; March/April, p. 32
Prosperous Negligence: Governing the Clean Development Mechanism for Markets and Development, by Alexander Bozmoski, Maria Carmen Lemos, and Emily Boyd; May/June, p. 18
Reversing the Race to the Bottom: Urban Groundwater Use in Developing Countries, by Mahesh Ramachandran; July/August, p. 50
Small Size, Big Potential: Check Dams for Sustainable Development, by Govindasamy Agoramoorthy and Minna J. Hsu; July/August, p. 22
Wars over Resources? Evidence from Somalia, by Christian Webersik; May/June, p. 46

DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE
Depending on Nature: Ecosystem Services for Human Livelihoods, by Susan A. Mainka, Jeffrey A. McNeely, and William J. Jackson; March/April, p. 42
Feeling Stressed: Integrating Climate Adaptation with Other Priorities in South Africa, by Gina Ziervogel and Anna Taylor; March/April, p. 32
Our Common Inaction: Meeting the Call for Institutional Change, by David Runnalls; November/December, p. 18
Prosperous Negligence: Governing the Clean Development Mechanism for Markets and Development, by Alexander Bozmoski, Maria Carmen Lemos, and Emily Boyd; May/June, p. 18
Wars over Resources? Evidence from Somalia, by Christian Webersik; May/June, p. 46

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Three Years after Katrina: Lessons for Community Resilience, by Craig E. Colten, Robert W. Kates, and Shirley B. Laska; September/October, p. 36

ECONOMIC INCENTIVES (SEE MARKET-BASED INSTRUMENTS)

ECONOMICS
Climate Change and U.S. Agriculture: Examining the Connections, by Juha Siikamäki; July/August, p. 36
Climate Policy Architectures for the Post-Kyoto World, by Joseph E. Aldy and Robert N. Stavins; May/June, p. 6
Our Common Inaction: Meeting the Call for Institutional Change, by David Runnalls; November/December, p. 18
Toward a New Consciousness: Values to Sustain Human and Natural Communities,† by Anthony A. Leiserowitz and Lisa O. Fernandez; September/October, p. 62

ECOSYSTEM SERVICES
Depending on Nature: Ecosystem Services for Human Livelihoods, by Susan A. Mainka, Jeffrey A. McNeely, and William J. Jackson; March/April, p. 42

EDUCATION
Sustainability Theater,# by George E. Clark; September/October, p. 6
Toward a New Consciousness: Values to Sustain Human and Natural Communities,† by Anthony A. Leiserowitz and Lisa O. Fernandez; September/October, p. 62

ELECTRICITY (SEE ENERGY SECTOR)

EMERGENCY PLANNING

Climate Refugees: Cause for a New Agreement?* by Frank Biermann and Ingrid Boas, November/December, p. 51
Climate Refugees: Cause for a New Agreement?* by Mike Hulme, November/ December, p. 50
Preparing for the Future, by Anthony A. Leiserowitz; November/December, editorial
Protecting Climate Refugees: The Case for a Global Protocol, by Frank Biermann and Ingrid Boas; November/December, p. 8
Three Years after Katrina: Lessons for Community Resilience, by Craig E. Colten, Robert W. Kates, and Shirley B. Laska; September/October, p. 36

EMISSIONS TRADING (SEE MARKET-BASED INSTRUMENTS)

ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT
Saving the San Pedro River: Science, Collaboration, and Water Sustainability in Arizona, by George Saliba and Katharine L. Jacobs; November/December, p. 30

ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Campus Greening: Behind the Headlines, by Ann Rappaport; January/February, p. 6
A New Market Paradigm for Zero-Energy Homes: A Comparative Case Study, by Barbara Farhar and Timothy Coburn; January/February, p. 18
The Short List: The Most Effective Actions U.S. Households Can Take to Curb Climate Change, by Gerald T. Gardner and Paul C. Stern; September/October, p. 12

ENERGY SECTOR
Coping with Climate Change: A National Summit,† by Rosina M. Bierbaum; July/August, p. 59

ENVIRONMENT MAGAZINE
Celebrating 50 Years, by Susan L. Cutter, Ruth S. DeFries, Anthony A. Leiserowitz, Alan H. McGowan, and Timothy O’Riordan; September/October, editorial

ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE
The Challenge of Common-Pool Resources, by Elinor Ostrom; July/August, p. 8
Depending on Nature: Ecosystem Services for Human Livelihoods, by Susan A. Mainka, Jeffrey A. McNeely, and William J. Jackson; March/April, p. 42
Our Common Inaction: Meeting the Call for Institutional Change, by David Runnalls; November/December, p. 18
Prosperous Negligence: Governing the Clean Development Mechanism for Markets and Development, by Alexander Bozmoski, Maria Carmen Lemos, and Emily Boyd; May/June, p. 18
Strengthening Global Water Initiatives, by Robert G. Varady, Katharine Meehan, John Rodda, Emily McGovern, and Matthew Iles-Shih; March/April, p. 18

ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENT
Celebrating 50 Years, by Susan L. Cutter, Ruth S. DeFries, Anthony A. Leiserowitz, Alan H. McGowan, and Timothy O’Riordan; September/October, editorial
Our Common Inaction: Meeting the Call for Institutional Change, by David Runnalls; November/December, p. 18
Toward a New Consciousness: Values to Sustain Human and Natural Communities,† by Anthony A. Leiserowitz and Lisa O. Fernandez; September/October, p. 62
Why Environmental Education? by Bhawani Venkataraman; September/October, p. 8

ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY
An Uncommon Peace: Environment, Development, and the Global Security Agenda, by Geoffrey D. Dabelko; May/June, p. 32
Wars over Resources? Evidence from Somalia, by Christian Webersik; May/June, p. 46

ETHICS
Celebrating 50 Years, by Susan L. Cutter, Ruth S. DeFries, Anthony A. Leiserowitz, Alan H. McGowan, and Timothy O’Riordan; September/October, editorial
Toward a New Consciousness: Values to Sustain Human and Natural Communities,† by Anthony A. Leiserowitz and Lisa O. Fernandez; September/October, p. 62

EUROPEAN UNION (SEE ALSO UNITED KINGDOM)
Our Common Inaction: Meeting the Call for Institutional Change, by David Runnalls; November/December, p. 18

FARMING (SEE AGRICULTURE)

FISHERIES
The Challenge of Common-Pool Resources, by Elinor Ostrom; July/August, p. 8

FOOD SECURITY
Food Security: Achieving the Potential, by Per Pinstrup-Andersen and Anna Herforth; September/October, p. 48

FUEL EFFICIENCY
The Short List: The Most Effective Actions U.S. Households Can Take to Curb Climate Change, by Gerald T. Gardner and Paul C. Stern; September/October, p. 12

GEOPOLITICS
An Uncommon Peace: Environment, Development, and the Global Security Agenda, by Geoffrey D. Dabelko; May/June, p. 32
Wars over Resources? Evidence from Somalia, by Christian Webersik; May/June, p. 46

GLOBAL WARMING (SEE CLIMATE CHANGE)

GLOBAL WATER INITIATIVES

Strengthening Global Water Initiatives, by Robert G. Varady, Katharine Meehan, John Rodda, Emily McGovern, and Matthew Iles-Shih; March/April, p. 18

GREEN BUILDINGS
Campus Greening: Behind the Headlines, by Ann Rappaport; January/February, p. 6
Greening Campuses and Residences, by Timothy O’Riordan; January/February, editorial
A New Market Paradigm for Zero-Energy Homes: A Comparative Case Study, by Barbara Farhar and Timothy Coburn; January/February, p. 18

GROUNDWATER
Groundwater: A Tale of Two Settings,# by George E. Clark; November/December, p. 6
Reversing the Race to the Bottom: Urban Groundwater Use in Developing Countries, by Mahesh Ramachandran; July/August, p. 50
Saving the San Pedro River: Science, Collaboration, and Water Sustainability in Arizona, by George Saliba and Katharine L. Jacobs; November/December, p. 30
Water and Sustainability: A Reappraisal, by Malin Falkenmark; March/April, p. 4

HAZARDS
Climate Policy’s Quiet Giants,# by George E. Clark; July/August, p. 6
Climate Refugees: Cause for a New Agreement?* by Frank Biermann and Ingrid Boas, November/December, p. 51
Climate Refugees: Cause for a New Agreement?* by Mike Hulme, November/ December, p. 50
Coping with Climate Change: A National Summit,† by Rosina M. Bierbaum; July/August, p. 59
Protecting Climate Refugees: The Case for a Global Protocol, by Frank Biermann and Ingrid Boas; November/December, p. 8
The Social Feedback Loop,* by Steven A. Kolmes; March/April, p. 57

HEALTH
Population, Human Resources, Health, and the Environment: Getting the Balance Right, by Anthony J. McMichael; January/February, p. 46

HISTORY
Celebrating 50 Years, by Susan L. Cutter, Ruth S. DeFries, Anthony A. Leiserowitz, Alan H. McGowan, and Timothy O’Riordan; September/October, editorial
Our Common Inaction: Meeting the Call for Institutional Change, by David Runnalls; November/December, p. 18
Why Environmental Education? by Bhawani Venkataraman; September/October, p. 8

HOUSEHOLD/INDIVIDUAL ACTION
The Short List: The Most Effective Actions U.S. Households Can Take to Curb Climate Change, by Gerald T. Gardner and Paul C. Stern; September/October, p. 12

HUMAN DIMENSIONS OF CLIMATE CHANGE
Climate Refugees: Cause for a New Agreement?* by Frank Biermann and Ingrid Boas, November/December, p. 51
Climate Refugees: Cause for a New Agreement?* by Mike Hulme, November/ December, p. 50
Preparing for the Future, by Anthony A. Leiserowitz; November/December, editorial
Protecting Climate Refugees: The Case for a Global Protocol, by Frank Biermann and Ingrid Boas; November/December, p. 8
Toward a New Consciousness: Values to Sustain Human and Natural Communities,† by Anthony A. Leiserowitz and Lisa O. Fernandez; September/October, p. 62
The Social Feedback Loop,* by Steven A. Kolmes; March/April, p. 57

HURRICANE KATRINA
Three Years after Katrina: Lessons for Community Resilience, by Craig E. Colten, Robert W. Kates, and Shirley B. Laska; September/October, p. 36

INDIA
Small Size, Big Potential: Check Dams for Sustainable Development, by Govindasamy Agoramoorthy and Minna J. Hsu; July/August, p. 22

INDIGENOUS PEOPLES
Meaningful Resource Consultations with First Peoples: Notes from British Columbia, by Robin Gregory, Lee Failing, and Michael Harstone; January/February, p. 34

INDUSTRY (SEE CORPORATIONS)

INSTITUTIONS
Our Common Inaction: Meeting the Call for Institutional Change, by David Runnalls; November/December, p. 18
Preparing for the Future, by Anthony A. Leiserowitz; November/December, editorial
Toward a New Consciousness: Values to Sustain Human and Natural Communities,† by Anthony A. Leiserowitz and Lisa O. Fernandez; September/October, p. 62

INTERNATIONAL AID
Food Security: Achieving the Potential, by Per Pinstrup-Andersen and Anna Herforth; September/October, p. 48

INTERNET
Climate Policy’s Quiet Giants,# by George E. Clark; July/August, p. 6
Groundwater: A Tale of Two Settings,# by George E. Clark; November/December, p. 6
The Human and Social Costs of War,# by George E. Clark; March/April, p. 3
Multilateral Protection of Large Lakes,# by John Haugland; May/June, p. 3
Sustainability Theater,# by George E. Clark; September/October, p. 6
War and Sustainability: The Economic and Environmental Costs,# by George E. Clark; January/February, p. 3

KYOTO PROTOCOL (SEE CLIMATE CHANGE)

LAKES

Multilateral Protection of Large Lakes,# by John Haugland; May/June, p. 3

LAND MANAGEMENT
Catchment Care for Sustainability, by Timothy O’Riordan; July/August, editorial
The Challenge of Common-Pool Resources, by Elinor Ostrom; July/August, p. 8
Climate Change and U.S. Agriculture: Examining the Connections, by Juha Siikamäki; July/August, p. 36

LAND USE
Catchment Care for Sustainability, by Timothy O’Riordan; July/August, editorial
The Challenge of Common-Pool Resources, by Elinor Ostrom; July/August, p. 8
Climate Change and U.S. Agriculture: Examining the Connections, by Juha Siikamäki; July/August, p. 36
Water and Sustainability: A Reappraisal, by Malin Falkenmark; March/April, p. 4

LEGISLATION—DOMESTIC (NON-U.S.)
Climate Policy Architectures for the Post-Kyoto World, by Joseph E. Aldy and Robert N. Stavins; May/June, p. 6
Our Common Inaction: Meeting the Call for Institutional Change, by David Runnalls; November/December, p. 18

LEGISLATION—DOMESTIC (U.S.)
Climate Change and U.S. Agriculture: Examining the Connections, by Juha Siikamäki; July/August, p. 36
Climate Policy Architectures for the Post-Kyoto World, by Joseph E. Aldy and Robert N. Stavins; May/June, p. 6
Our Common Inaction: Meeting the Call for Institutional Change, by David Runnalls; November/December, p. 18
The Short List: The Most Effective Actions U.S. Households Can Take to Curb Climate Change, by Gerald T. Gardner and Paul C. Stern; September/October, p. 12

LEGISLATION—INTERNATIONAL
Climate Policy Architectures for the Post-Kyoto World, by Joseph E. Aldy and Robert N. Stavins; May/June, p. 6
Our Common Inaction: Meeting the Call for Institutional Change, by David Runnalls; November/December, p. 18
Prosperous Negligence: Governing the Clean Development Mechanism for Markets and Development, by Alexander Bozmoski, Maria Carmen Lemos, and Emily Boyd; May/June, p. 18

MARINE ECOSYSTEMS (SEE OCEANS)

MARKET-BASED INSTRUMENTS (SEE ALSO ECONOMICS)

The Challenge of Common-Pool Resources, by Elinor Ostrom; July/August, p. 8
Climate Change and U.S. Agriculture: Examining the Connections, by Juha Siikamäki; July/August, p. 36
Climate Policy Architectures for the Post-Kyoto World, by Joseph E. Aldy and Robert N. Stavins; May/June, p. 6
Depending on Nature: Ecosystem Services for Human Livelihoods, by Susan A. Mainka, Jeffrey A. McNeely, and William J. Jackson; March/April, p. 42
The Short List: The Most Effective Actions U.S. Households Can Take to Curb Climate Change, by Gerald T. Gardner and Paul C. Stern; September/October, p. 12

MEDIA INFLUENCE
Toward a New Consciousness: Values to Sustain Human and Natural Communities,† by Anthony A. Leiserowitz and Lisa O. Fernandez; September/October, p. 62

MEGADAMS
Small Size, Big Potential: Check Dams for Sustainable Development, by Govindasamy Agoramoorthy and Minna J. Hsu; July/August, p. 22

METHANE
Climate Change and U.S. Agriculture: Examining the Connections, by Juha Siikamäki; July/August, p. 36

MIDDLE EAST
An Uncommon Peace: Environment, Development, and the Global Security Agenda, by Geoffrey D. Dabelko; May/June, p. 32

MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS
The CDM: A Mechanism for Eliminating Poverty? by Alan H. McGowan; May/June, editorial
Depending on Nature: Ecosystem Services for Human Livelihoods, by Susan A. Mainka, Jeffrey A. McNeely, and William J. Jackson; March/April, p. 42
Population, Human Resources, Health, and the Environment: Getting the Balance Right, by Anthony J. McMichael; January/February, p. 46
Prosperous Negligence: Governing the Clean Development Mechanism for Markets and Development, by Alexander Bozmoski, Maria Carmen Lemos, and Emily Boyd; May/June, p. 18

NATIONAL SECURITY
An Uncommon Peace: Environment, Development, and the Global Security Agenda, by Geoffrey D. Dabelko; May/June, p. 32

NATURAL DISASTERS
Three Years after Katrina: Lessons for Community Resilience, by Craig E. Colten, Robert W. Kates, and Shirley B. Laska; September/October, p. 36

NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
The Challenge of Common-Pool Resources, by Elinor Ostrom; July/August, p. 8
Depending on Nature: Ecosystem Services for Human Livelihoods, by Susan A. Mainka, Jeffrey A. McNeely, and William J. Jackson; March/April, p. 42
Meaningful Resource Consultations with First Peoples: Notes from British Columbia, by Robin Gregory, Lee Failing, and Michael Harstone; January/February, p. 34
Multilateral Protection of Large Lakes,# by John Haugland; May/June, p. 3
Reversing the Race to the Bottom: Urban Groundwater Use in Developing Countries, by Mahesh Ramachandran; July/August, p. 50
Small Size, Big Potential: Check Dams for Sustainable Development, by Govindasamy Agoramoorthy and Minna J. Hsu; July/August, p. 22
Strengthening Global Water Initiatives, by Robert G. Varady, Katharine Meehan, John Rodda, Emily McGovern, and Matthew Iles-Shih; March/April, p. 18
Water and Sustainability: A Reappraisal, by Malin Falkenmark; March/April, p. 4

NATURAL RESOURCES
The Challenge of Common-Pool Resources, by Elinor Ostrom; July/August, p. 8
Depending on Nature: Ecosystem Services for Human Livelihoods, by Susan A. Mainka, Jeffrey A. McNeely, and William J. Jackson; March/April, p. 42
Reversing the Race to the Bottom: Urban Groundwater Use in Developing Countries, by Mahesh Ramachandran; July/August, p. 50
Saving the San Pedro River: Science, Collaboration, and Water Sustainability in Arizona, by George Saliba and Katharine L. Jacobs; November/December, p. 30
Small Size, Big Potential: Check Dams for Sustainable Development, by Govindasamy Agoramoorthy and Minna J. Hsu; July/August, p. 22
Wars over Resources? Evidence from Somalia, by Christian Webersik; May/June, p. 46
Water and Sustainability: A Reappraisal, by Malin Falkenmark; March/April, p. 4

NITROUS OXIDE
Climate Change and U.S. Agriculture: Examining the Connections, by Juha Siikamäki; July/August, p. 36

NOBEL PEACE PRIZE
An Uncommon Peace: Environment, Development, and the Global Security Agenda, by Geoffrey D. Dabelko; May/June, p. 32

NORTH AMERICAN FREE TRADE AGREEMENT (NAFTA)
Our Common Inaction: Meeting the Call for Institutional Change, by David Runnalls; November/December, p. 18

OCEANS
The Challenge of Common-Pool Resources, by Elinor Ostrom; July/August, p. 8
Meaningful Resource Consultations with First Peoples: Notes from British Columbia, by Robin Gregory, Lee Failing, and Michael Harstone; January/February, p. 34

PARTICIPATORY APPROACH
The Challenge of Common-Pool Resources, by Elinor Ostrom; July/August, p. 8
Meaningful Resource Consultations with First Peoples: Notes from British Columbia, by Robin Gregory, Lee Failing, and Michael Harstone; January/February, p. 34

PLACE-BASED MANAGEMENT
The Challenge of Common-Pool Resources, by Elinor Ostrom; July/August, p. 8

POLICY—DOMESTIC (NON-U.S.)
Catchment Care for Sustainability, by Timothy O’Riordan; July/August, editorial
Climate Policy Architectures for the Post-Kyoto World, by Joseph E. Aldy and Robert N. Stavins; May/June, p. 6
Feeling Stressed: Integrating Climate Adaptation with Other Priorities in South Africa, by Gina Ziervogel and Anna Taylor; March/April, p. 32
Greening Campuses and Residences, by Timothy O’Riordan; January/February, editorial
Our Common Inaction: Meeting the Call for Institutional Change, by David Runnalls; November/December, p. 18
Small Size, Big Potential: Check Dams for Sustainable Development, by Govindasamy Agoramoorthy and Minna J. Hsu; July/August, p. 22
Toward a New Consciousness: Values to Sustain Human and Natural Communities,† by Anthony A. Leiserowitz and Lisa O. Fernandez; September/October, p. 62
Wars over Resources? Evidence from Somalia, by Christian Webersik; May/June, p. 46

POLICY—DOMESTIC (U.S.)
Catchment Care for Sustainability, by Timothy O’Riordan; July/August, editorial
Climate Change and U.S. Agriculture: Examining the Connections, by Juha Siikamäki; July/August, p. 36
Climate Policy Architectures for the Post-Kyoto World, by Joseph E. Aldy and Robert N. Stavins; May/June, p. 6
Greening Campuses and Residences, by Timothy O’Riordan; January/February, editorial
Our Common Inaction: Meeting the Call for Institutional Change, by David Runnalls; November/December, p. 18
The Short List: The Most Effective Actions U.S. Households Can Take to Curb Climate Change, by Gerald T. Gardner and Paul C. Stern; September/October, p. 12
Small Size, Big Potential: Check Dams for Sustainable Development, by Govindasamy Agoramoorthy and Minna J. Hsu; July/August, p. 22

POLICY—INTERNATIONAL
The CDM: A Mechanism for Eliminating Poverty? by Alan H. McGowan; May/June, editorial
Climate Policy Architectures for the Post-Kyoto World, by Joseph E. Aldy and Robert N. Stavins; May/June, p. 6
Climate Refugees: Cause for a New Agreement?* by Frank Biermann and Ingrid Boas, November/December, p. 51
Climate Refugees: Cause for a New Agreement?* by Mike Hulme, November/ December, p. 50
Depending on Nature: Ecosystem Services for Human Livelihoods, by Susan A. Mainka, Jeffrey A. McNeely, and William J. Jackson; March/April, p. 42
Food Security: Achieving the Potential, by Per Pinstrup-Andersen and Anna Herforth; September/October, p. 48
Getting Our Priorities Straight, by Ruth S. DeFries; March/April, editorial
The Human and Social Costs of War,# by George E. Clark; March/April, p. 3
Multilateral Protection of Large Lakes,# by John Haugland; May/June, p. 3
Our Common Inaction: Meeting the Call for Institutional Change, by David Runnalls; November/December, p. 18
Preparing for the Future, by Anthony A. Leiserowitz; November/December, editorial
Prosperous Negligence: Governing the Clean Development Mechanism for Markets and Development, by Alexander Bozmoski, Maria Carmen Lemos, and Emily Boyd; May/June, p. 18
Protecting Climate Refugees: The Case for a Global Protocol, by Frank Biermann and Ingrid Boas; November/December, p. 8
The Social Feedback Loop,* by Steven A. Kolmes; March/April, p. 57
Strengthening Global Water Initiatives, by Robert G. Varady, Katharine Meehan, John Rodda, Emily McGovern, and Matthew Iles-Shih; March/April, p. 18
An Uncommon Peace: Environment, Development, and the Global Security Agenda, by Geoffrey D. Dabelko; May/June, p. 32
Water and Sustainability: A Reappraisal, by Malin Falkenmark; March/April, p. 4

POLITICS—DOMESTIC (U.S.)
A Widening Gap: Republican and Democratic Views on Climate Change, by Riley E. Dunlap and Aaron M. McCright; September/October, p. 26

POPULATION
Population, Human Resources, Health, and the Environment: Getting the Balance Right, by Anthony J. McMichael; January/February, p. 46
Water and Sustainability: A Reappraisal, by Malin Falkenmark; March/April, p. 4

POVERTY
The CDM: A Mechanism for Eliminating Poverty? by Alan H. McGowan; May/June, editorial
Depending on Nature: Ecosystem Services for Human Livelihoods, by Susan A. Mainka, Jeffrey A. McNeely, and William J. Jackson; March/April, p. 42
Feeling Stressed: Integrating Climate Adaptation with Other Priorities in South Africa, by Gina Ziervogel and Anna Taylor; March/April, p. 32
Food Security: Achieving the Potential, by Per Pinstrup-Andersen and Anna Herforth; September/October, p. 48
Prosperous Negligence: Governing the Clean Development Mechanism for Markets and Development, by Alexander Bozmoski, Maria Carmen Lemos, and Emily Boyd; May/June, p. 18
Reversing the Race to the Bottom: Urban Groundwater Use in Developing Countries, by Mahesh Ramachandran; July/August, p. 50

PUBLIC AWARENESS
The Short List: The Most Effective Actions U.S. Households Can Take to Curb Climate Change, by Gerald T. Gardner and Paul C. Stern; September/October, p. 12

PUBLIC OPINION
A Widening Gap: Republican and Democratic Views on Climate Change, by Riley E. Dunlap and Aaron M. McCright; September/October, p. 26

REINSURANCE
Climate Policy’s Quiet Giants,# by George E. Clark; July/August, p. 6

RELIGION
Toward a New Consciousness: Values to Sustain Human and Natural Communities,† by Anthony A. Leiserowitz and Lisa O. Fernandez; September/October, p. 62

REPUBLICANS
A Widening Gap: Republican and Democratic Views on Climate Change, by Riley E. Dunlap and Aaron M. McCright; September/October, p. 26

RESILIENCE
Three Years after Katrina: Lessons for Community Resilience, by Craig E. Colten, Robert W. Kates, and Shirley B. Laska; September/October, p. 36

RISK
Climate Policy’s Quiet Giants,# by George E. Clark; July/August, p. 6

RIVERS
Saving the San Pedro River: Science, Collaboration, and Water Sustainability in Arizona, by George Saliba and Katharine L. Jacobs; November/December, p. 30
Small Size, Big Potential: Check Dams for Sustainable Development, by Govindasamy Agoramoorthy and Minna J. Hsu; July/August, p. 22
An Uncommon Peace: Environment, Development, and the Global Security Agenda, by Geoffrey D. Dabelko; May/June, p. 32
Water and Sustainability: A Reappraisal, by Malin Falkenmark; March/April, p. 4

SCIENTIFIC COMMUNICATION
Toward a New Consciousness: Values to Sustain Human and Natural Communities,† by Anthony A. Leiserowitz and Lisa O. Fernandez; September/October, p. 62

SELF-ORGANIZATION
Reversing the Race to the Bottom: Urban Groundwater Use in Developing Countries, by Mahesh Ramachandran; July/August, p. 50

SOCIAL COSTS
The Human and Social Costs of War,# by George E. Clark; March/April, p. 3
The Social Feedback Loop,* by Steven A. Kolmes; March/April, p. 57

SOCIAL EQUITY
Celebrating 50 Years, by Susan L. Cutter, Ruth S. DeFries, Anthony A. Leiserowitz, Alan H. McGowan, and Timothy O’Riordan; September/October, editorial

SOMALIA
Wars over Resources? Evidence from Somalia, by Christian Webersik; May/June, p. 46

SOUTH AFRICA
Feeling Stressed: Integrating Climate Adaptation with Other Priorities in South Africa, by Gina Ziervogel and Anna Taylor; March/April, p. 32

STEWARDSHIP
Celebrating 50 Years, by Susan L. Cutter, Ruth S. DeFries, Anthony A. Leiserowitz, Alan H. McGowan, and Timothy O’Riordan; September/October, editorial
Toward a New Consciousness: Values to Sustain Human and Natural Communities,† by Anthony A. Leiserowitz and Lisa O. Fernandez; September/October, p. 62
Why Environmental Education? by Bhawani Venkataraman; September/October, p. 8

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Campus Greening: Behind the Headlines, by Ann Rappaport; January/February, p. 6
Catchment Care for Sustainability, by Timothy O’Riordan; July/August, editorial
The CDM: A Mechanism for Eliminating Poverty? by Alan H. McGowan; May/June, editorial
Celebrating 50 Years, by Susan L. Cutter, Ruth S. DeFries, Anthony A. Leiserowitz, Alan H. McGowan, and Timothy O’Riordan; September/October, editorial
The Challenge of Common-Pool Resources, by Elinor Ostrom; July/August, p. 8
Depending on Nature: Ecosystem Services for Human Livelihoods, by Susan A. Mainka, Jeffrey A. McNeely, and William J. Jackson; March/April, p. 42
Food Security: Achieving the Potential, by Per Pinstrup-Andersen and Anna Herforth; September/October, p. 48
Getting Our Priorities Straight, by Ruth S. DeFries; March/April, editorial
Greening Campuses and Residences, by Timothy O’Riordan; January/February, editorial
The Human and Social Costs of War,# by George E. Clark; March/April, p. 3
A New Market Paradigm for Zero-Energy Homes: A Comparative Case Study, by Barbara Farhar and Timothy Coburn; January/February, p. 18
Our Common Inaction: Meeting the Call for Institutional Change, by David Runnalls; November/December, p. 18
Population, Human Resources, Health, and the Environment: Getting the Balance Right, by Anthony J. McMichael; January/February, p. 46
Prosperous Negligence: Governing the Clean Development Mechanism for Markets and Development, by Alexander Bozmoski, Maria Carmen Lemos, and Emily Boyd; May/June, p. 18
Saving the San Pedro River: Science, Collaboration, and Water Sustainability in Arizona, by George Saliba and Katharine L. Jacobs; November/December, p. 30
Small Size, Big Potential: Check Dams for Sustainable Development, by Govindasamy Agoramoorthy and Minna J. Hsu; July/August, p. 22
The Social Feedback Loop,* by Steven A. Kolmes; March/April, p. 57
Sustainability Theater,# by George E. Clark; September/October, p. 6
Three Years after Katrina: Lessons for Community Resilience, by Craig E. Colten, Robert W. Kates, and Shirley B. Laska; September/October, p. 36
Toward a New Consciousness: Values to Sustain Human and Natural Communities,† by Anthony A. Leiserowitz and Lisa O. Fernandez; September/October, p. 62
An Uncommon Peace: Environment, Development, and the Global Security Agenda, by Geoffrey D. Dabelko; May/June, p. 32
War and Sustainability: The Economic and Environmental Costs,# by George E. Clark; January/February, p. 3

THEATER
Sustainability Theater,# by George E. Clark; September/October, p. 6

TRAGEDY OF THE COMMONS
The Challenge of Common-Pool Resources, by Elinor Ostrom; July/August, p. 8
Reversing the Race to the Bottom: Urban Groundwater Use in Developing Countries, by Mahesh Ramachandran; July/August, p. 50

TRANSPORTATION
The Short List: The Most Effective Actions U.S. Households Can Take to Curb Climate Change, by Gerald T. Gardner and Paul C. Stern; September/October, p. 12

UNITED KINGDOM
Greening Campuses and Residences, by Timothy O’Riordan; January/February, editorial

UNITED NATIONS
Our Common Inaction: Meeting the Call for Institutional Change, by David Runnalls; November/December, p. 18
Why Environmental Education? by Bhawani Venkataraman; September/October, p. 8

UNITED NATIONS FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE (FCCC)
Climate Policy Architectures for the Post-Kyoto World, by Joseph E. Aldy and Robert N. Stavins; May/June, p. 6
Climate Refugees: Cause for a New Agreement?* by Frank Biermann and Ingrid Boas, November/December, p. 51
Climate Refugees: Cause for a New Agreement?* by Mike Hulme, November/ December, p. 50
Getting Our Priorities Straight, by Ruth S. DeFries; March/April, editorial
Prosperous Negligence: Governing the Clean Development Mechanism for Markets and Development, by Alexander Bozmoski, Maria Carmen Lemos, and Emily Boyd; May/June, p. 18
Protecting Climate Refugees: The Case for a Global Protocol, by Frank Biermann and Ingrid Boas; November/December, p. 8

UNITED STATES
Campus Greening: Behind the Headlines, by Ann Rappaport; January/February, p. 6
Climate Change and U.S. Agriculture: Examining the Connections, by Juha Siikamäki; July/August, p. 36
Coping with Climate Change: A National Summit,† by Rosina M. Bierbaum; July/August, p. 59
Groundwater: A Tale of Two Settings,# by George E. Clark; November/December, p. 6
A New Market Paradigm for Zero-Energy Homes: A Comparative Case Study, by Barbara Farhar and Timothy Coburn; January/February, p. 18
Our Common Inaction: Meeting the Call for Institutional Change, by David Runnalls; November/December, p. 18
Saving the San Pedro River: Science, Collaboration, and Water Sustainability in Arizona, by George Saliba and Katharine L. Jacobs; November/December, p. 30
The Short List: The Most Effective Actions U.S. Households Can Take to Curb Climate Change, by Gerald T. Gardner and Paul C. Stern; September/October, p. 12
Three Years after Katrina: Lessons for Community Resilience, by Craig E. Colten, Robert W. Kates, and Shirley B. Laska; September/October, p. 36
A Widening Gap: Republican and Democratic Views on Climate Change, by Riley E. Dunlap and Aaron M. McCright; September/October, p. 26

UNIVERSITIES
Campus Greening: Behind the Headlines, by Ann Rappaport; January/February, p. 6
Greening Campuses and Residences, by Timothy O’Riordan; January/February, editorial

UPPER SAN PEDRO PARTNERSHIP
Saving the San Pedro River: Science, Collaboration, and Water Sustainability in Arizona, by George Saliba and Katharine L. Jacobs; November/December, p. 30

URBAN ISSUES
Reversing the Race to the Bottom: Urban Groundwater Use in Developing Countries, by Mahesh Ramachandran; July/August, p. 50

URBAN PLANNING
Saving the San Pedro River: Science, Collaboration, and Water Sustainability in Arizona, by George Saliba and Katharine L. Jacobs; November/December, p. 30

VULNERABILITY TO HAZARDS
Climate Change and U.S. Agriculture: Examining the Connections, by Juha Siikamäki; July/August, p. 36
Climate Refugees: Cause for a New Agreement?* by Frank Biermann and Ingrid Boas, November/December, p. 51
Climate Refugees: Cause for a New Agreement?* by Mike Hulme, November/ December, p. 50
Coping with Climate Change: A National Summit,† by Rosina M. Bierbaum; July/August, p. 59
Feeling Stressed: Integrating Climate Adaptation with Other Priorities in South Africa, by Gina Ziervogel and Anna Taylor; March/April, p. 32
Wars over Resources? Evidence from Somalia, by Christian Webersik; May/June, p. 46

WAR
The Human and Social Costs of War,# by George E. Clark; March/April, p. 3
An Uncommon Peace: Environment, Development, and the Global Security Agenda, by Geoffrey D. Dabelko; May/June, p. 32
War and Sustainability: The Economic and Environmental Costs,# by George E. Clark; January/February, p. 3
Wars over Resources? Evidence from Somalia, by Christian Webersik; May/June, p. 46

WATER MANAGEMENT
Coping with Climate Change: A National Summit,† by Rosina M. Bierbaum; July/August, p. 59
Getting Our Priorities Straight, by Ruth S. DeFries; March/April, editorial
Reversing the Race to the Bottom: Urban Groundwater Use in Developing Countries, by Mahesh Ramachandran; July/August, p. 50
Saving the San Pedro River: Science, Collaboration, and Water Sustainability in Arizona, by George Saliba and Katharine L. Jacobs; November/December, p. 30
Small Size, Big Potential: Check Dams for Sustainable Development, by Govindasamy Agoramoorthy and Minna J. Hsu; July/August, p. 22
Strengthening Global Water Initiatives, by Robert G. Varady, Katharine Meehan, John Rodda, Emily McGovern, and Matthew Iles-Shih; March/April, p. 18
Water and Sustainability: A Reappraisal, by Malin Falkenmark; March/April, p. 4

WATER POLLUTION
Catchment Care for Sustainability, by Timothy O’Riordan; July/August, editorial
Coping with Climate Change: A National Summit,† by Rosina M. Bierbaum; July/August, p. 59
Groundwater: A Tale of Two Settings,# by George E. Clark; November/December, p. 6
Reversing the Race to the Bottom: Urban Groundwater Use in Developing Countries, by Mahesh Ramachandran; July/August, p. 50
Water and Sustainability: A Reappraisal, by Malin Falkenmark; March/April, p. 4

WATER RIGHTS
Reversing the Race to the Bottom: Urban Groundwater Use in Developing Countries, by Mahesh Ramachandran; July/August, p. 50

WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION
Feeling Stressed: Integrating Climate Adaptation with Other Priorities in South Africa, by Gina Ziervogel and Anna Taylor; March/April, p. 32
Groundwater: A Tale of Two Settings,# by George E. Clark; November/December, p. 6
Reversing the Race to the Bottom: Urban Groundwater Use in Developing Countries, by Mahesh Ramachandran; July/August, p. 50
Saving the San Pedro River: Science, Collaboration, and Water Sustainability in Arizona, by George Saliba and Katharine L. Jacobs; November/December, p. 30
Water and Sustainability: A Reappraisal, by Malin Falkenmark; March/April, p. 4

WATER USE
Groundwater: A Tale of Two Settings,# by George E. Clark; November/December, p. 6
Reversing the Race to the Bottom: Urban Groundwater Use in Developing Countries, by Mahesh Ramachandran; July/August, p. 50
Water and Sustainability: A Reappraisal, by Malin Falkenmark; March/April, p. 4

WATERSHEDS
Catchment Care for Sustainability, by Timothy O’Riordan; July/August, editorial
Saving the San Pedro River: Science, Collaboration, and Water Sustainability in Arizona, by George Saliba and Katharine L. Jacobs; November/December, p. 30

WORLD BANK
Our Common Inaction: Meeting the Call for Institutional Change, by David Runnalls; November/December, p. 18

WORLD COMMISSION ON ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT (SEE 20 YEARS INTO OUR COMMON FUTURE)

WORLD WIDE WEB (SEE INTERNET)

ZERO-ENERGY HOMES

A New Market Paradigm for Zero-Energy Homes: A Comparative Case Study, by Barbara Farhar and Timothy Coburn; January/February, p. 18

BOOKS OF NOTE
American Earth: Environmental Writing Since Thoreau, edited by Bill McKibben; reviewed by Scott Slovic, November/December, p. 45
American Environmental History: An Introduction, by Carolyn Merchant; reviewed by Alan H. McGowan, November/December, p. 45
American Environmental Policy, 1990–2006: Beyond Gridlock, by Christopher McGrory Klyza and David Sousa; reviewed by Aseem Prakash, November/December p. 47
The Bridge at the Edge of the World: Capitalism, the Environment, and Crossing from Crisis to Sustainability, by James Gustave Speth; reviewed by Paul Raskin, July/August, p. 66
Climate Change: What It Means for Us, Our Children, and Our Grandchildren, edited by Joseph F. C. DiMento and Pamela Doughman; reviewed by Bhawani Venkataraman, July/August, p. 67
Collaborative Land Use Management: The Quieter Revolution in Place-Based Planning, by Robert J. Mason; reviewed by Ralph Hamann, May/June, p. 60
A Contract with the Earth, by Newt Gingrich and Terry L. Maple; reviewed by Sherburne B. Abbott, July/August, p. 68
Dictionary of Environment and Conservation, by Chris Park; reviewed by George E. Clark, July/August, p. 66
The End of Food, by Paul Roberts; reviewed by Bruce Frayne, November/December, p. 47
A Question of Balance: Weighing the Options on Global Warming Policies, by William Nordhaus; reviewed by Thomas J. Wilbanks, November/December, p. 44
Seeking Sustainability in an Age of Complexity, by Graham Harris; reviewed by Ralph Hamann, July/August, p. 68
Sustainability Indicators: A Scientific Assessment, edited by Tomás Hák, Bedrich Moldan, and Arthur Lyon Dahl; reviewed by Leslie-Ann S. McGee and Wes Shaw, May/June, p. 59
Water War in the Klamath Basin: Macho Law, Combat Biology, and Dirty Politics, by Holly Doremus and A. Dan Tarlock; reviewed by Helen Ingram, November/December, p. 46
What We Know About Climate Change, by Kerry Emanuel; reviewed by Bhawani Venkataraman, May/June, p. 59
Wildfire and Americans: How to Save Lives, Property, and Your Tax Dollars, by Roger G. Kennedy; reviewed by Tamara Wall, November/December, p. 48
The Working Landscape: Founding, Preservation, and the Politics of Place, by Peter F. Cannavò; reviewed by Nevin Cohen, May/June, p. 60

BYTES OF NOTE
Climate Policy’s Quiet Giants, by George E. Clark; July/August, p. 6
Groundwater: A Tale of Two Settings, by George E. Clark; November/December, p. 6
The Human and Social Costs of War, by George E. Clark; March/April, p. 3
Multilateral Protection of Large Lakes, by John Haugland; May/June, p. 3
Sustainability Theater, by George E. Clark; September/October, p. 6
War and Sustainability: The Economic and Environmental Costs, by George E. Clark; January/February, p. 3

EDITORS’ PICKS
Addressing Globalization’s Unequal Effects: “Globalisation, Inequality and Climate Change: What Difference Does China Make?” by Raphael Kaplinsky; reviewed by Ooi Giok Ling, November/December, p. 3
Biofuels and the Nitrogen Cycle: Warming or Cooling? “N2O Release from Agro-Biofuel Production Negates Global Warming Reduction by Replacing Fossil Fuels,” by Paul J. Crutzen, Arvin R. Mosier, Keith A. Smith, and Wilfried Winiwarter; reviewed by Noelle Eckley Selin, July/August, p. 4
A Brighter Future for U.S. Energy Supply: “A Solar Grand Plan,” by Ken Zweibel, James Mason, and Vasilis Fthenakis; reviewed by Robert C. Harriss, July/August, p. 3
The Dawn of an Urban Millennium: “Global Change and the Ecology of Cities,” by Nancy B. Grimm et al.; reviewed by Sherburne B. Abbott, September/October, p. 4
Does Urbanization Lead to Wealth? “Urbanization and the Wealth of Nations,” by David E. Bloom, David Canning, and Günther Fink; reviewed by Xuemei Bai, November/ December, p. 4
Food Equity in U.S. Neighborhoods: “Beyond Food Deserts: Measuring and Mapping Racial Disparities in Neighborhood Food Environments,” by Samina Raja, Changxing Ma, and Pavan Yadav; reviewed by Julian Agyeman, September/October, p. 4
Making Climate News: “Climate Change and Journalistic Norms: A Case Study of US Mass-Media Coverage,” by Maxwell T. Boykoff and Jules M. Boykoff; and “Lost in Translation? United States Television News Coverage of Anthropogenic Climate Change, 1995–2004,” by Maxwell T. Boykoff; reviewed by George E. Clark, July/August, p. 3
Mitigating Climate Change: Who Pays? Who Benefits? “Global Warming and Social Justice,” by Eric A. Posner and Cass R. Sunstein; reviewed by Joel Darmstatder, November/December, p. 3
 
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